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,000 refugees have already left syria this year. in an address to the u.n., egyptian president morsi criticized the regime of bashar al-assad, but warned against international intervention in syria. >> egypt is committed to pursuing the sincere effort it has been making to put an end to the tragedy in syria. a framework that preserves the unity of this brotherly state must involve all sections of the syrian people without discrimination based on race, religion, or sex. it would spare syria the danger of foreign military intervention, which we oppose, of course make up in his final appearance before the u.n. general assembly before his term expires in nine months, iranian president ahmadinejad gave a more subdued speech than in previous years, addressing the threat of an israeli military attack on iran, ahmadinejad referred to israel as uncivilized zionists. >> intimidation by nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction have become prevalent. testing generations of older model prebendary the less weaponry [indiscernible] is now being used as a new language of threats against nations [indisce
yesterday telling the u.n. assembly that america will get to the bottom of the murders of chris stevens and the others. >> the attack on civilians in benghazi were attacks on america. there should be no doubt we will be relentless tracking down the killers and bringing them tobill: how possit while order in libya is still unknown? we want to begin our coverage now. greg palkot streaming live out of tripoli. what is the latest on this militia crackdown there, greg? >> reporter: bill, martha, we're getting mixed signals about that. we were just talking to our contact in benghazi. he said one of the key militias in that city is it falling into line with the government. we've been out and about here in tripoli. we visited one compound where militias were driven out by libyan security forces but there are new protests planned for here and in benghazi on friday. a sign maybe the folks here aren't too sure what is going on with the militias. amid new concerns some of their weapons are going into the wrong places. one militia commander says a lot of the shoulder-fired rockets that he was holdin
/2% settling below $90 for the first time in august. just as the president of iran wraps up his visit to the u.n. here in new york, a new investigation reveals that the largest oil trading firm in the world is buying and selling iranian oil practically at will. what about the sanctions imposed by both the u.s. and the european union? are they worth the paper they're even written on? i'm joined by stuart holiday, former ambassador to the u.n. and president and ceo of meridian international center. thank you so much for joining us, ambassador. we appreciate it. >> thank you. melissa: this story is really amazing. there were a bunch of fantastic reporters over at reuters who dug this up and they were able to track this oil that was sold by iran to vitale, which is a swiss company. they did everything they could to disguise the oil. it was fuel oil. they blended it with other shipments. apparently they turned off trackers on these tankers but still the reporters were able to verify it and follow the oil to be sold to an asian buyer. so what good are the sanctions that are we're under? >> first it is
that they have policies there that don't work. i think it's lying. he goes to the u.n. and says video, video, video, video after his own people before he went to the u.n. had begun to acknowledge that it was a terrorist attack. that to me is disingenuous. frankly what is puzzling is what they could possibly have thought they would gain by going through this. i think that just reinforces the incompetent component. >> greta: you know, i've been to think what could possibly be the explanation, because, i mean, it is bizarre that the american people weren't told. i mean, everybody was sort of suspicious, you know, because of when it happened, although, you know, the facts may bear out something different, but naturally it looked like it from the get-go. i'm wondering if there's a political advantage, that he thinks it's better if we think al-qaeda is pretty much finished and have al-qaeda rear its ugly ahead even as a relationship to this group, if that's politically unattractive, i mean that is a possibility? >> greta, i have no idea what this president does or doesn't -- why this president doe
nations, president obama spoke before the united nations general assembly. it was his final u.n. address of this term. and the problems in and around the middle east dominated both speeches as the president and governor romney addressed everything from iran's nuclear program to the attack that killed our ambassador in libya. ed henry is our chief white house correspondent and toking president obama. both men really duking it out on foreign policy all of a sudden. >> that's right. one city, two candidates and two different visions. it's clear that mitt romney is charging that the president is sitting on the side line, not active enough in the middle east. the president, as you noted, his suggestion is look, you can't dictate the facts on the ground in the middle east. some of this has to play out. where we see that most acutely is on iran where mitt romney is suggesting we should be more aggressive, maybe use military action. the president today said give sanctions some more time to work. although he added this caveat. >> that's why a coalition of countries is holding their iranian govern
about recent uprisings in the muslim world. >> his address to the u.n. general assembly includes a passionate defense of free speech. it's wednesday, september 26th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning, everybody. i'm paula faris on this hump day. >> that's right. midweek. here we go. good morning, everybody. good to be back. i'm rob nelson. we'll get to the president's speech, including his powerful trib but to murdered ambassador chris stevens coming up in just a second. >>> also in this half hour, officially fed up. football fans are still fuming over that botched call by the replacement refs. so many people are venting on our facebook page. we're going to share a few of the juicy one s coming up in just a second. everybody is talking about the end of that monday night game. >> a fair call for those who live in seattle. outside of seattle, botched call. >> indeed. man. >>> forget living large. in san francisco, go small or go home. we'll give you've the nickel tour of some mini-sized apartments. when we say mini, we are talking -- >> like 15
action. at the u.n. he used a prop to drive home his point. >> a red line should be drawn right here. before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter: while some have accused the prime minister of pressuring the president to help gop nominee mitt romney, mr. netanyahu has said his actions are not tied to the u.s. political calendar. the white house downplays any friction between the two leaders and brushes aside criticism that there was no face-to-face meeting. >> the president has met with and spent time on the phone with prime minister netanyahu more than with any leader since he took office. and that is reflective of the importance of and the closeness of the relationship between the united states and israel. >> reporter: the white house would not say if the two leaders talked about the so-called red line, which of course is a key issue. and no specifics on how they will stop iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. but they did agree to "continue their regular consultations on this issue." wolf. >> dan lothian reporting from the whi
's blasting jews on the most holy days inside the u.n. and listening to the guy outside the u.n. with a rally. you got the knowledge in applause. >>guest: i hope. >>neil: but it is amazing how rationale thinking human beings can hear this nonsense that ahmadinejad was saying. >>guest: it is the u.n. what you have standing up there is a mass murderer. a maniac. a guy would has vowed the destruction of the state of israel. a holocaust. and a 9/11 conspirator, the idea that 9/11 really happen because of israel, because of george bush or because of other insane ideas. here is the real question. would you want nuclear weapons in this man's hands? under president obama, that is directly where we are going. since president obama has been in office, iran has enriched uranium three times more. they getting close to having nuclear material. that, to me, is a red lie, having nuclear material. >>neil: do you think they already have it? >>guest: could be. i don't have the classified information. i would not want to bet my life on the fact they don't have it. here is the risk of their having it. forget the
passed since he used the same forum at the u.n. to demand tehran shape up. >> iranian government cannot demonstrate its program is peaceful. it has not met its obligation and it rejects offers that would provide it with the peaceful nuclear power. >> this is why israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has warned the world is running out of time. republicans blasted the president for not meeting with netanyahu or any other world leader here one-on-one. first lady had time to yuck it up on "the view." >> i brought him with me. he had a few minutes in misschedule. >> no, i told folks i'm just supposed to be eye candy here for you guys. >> the president doesn't seem to be letting the attacks get to him. even joking with the security guard about a local profootball team on his way out of the u.n. >> president talking about the jets there. there was speculation that the president would meet with president netanyahu on friday back in washington. the white house though says there are no scheduling updates but secretary of state clinton will meet with the prime minister. bret? >> bret: ed henr
, while he was addressing the world at the u.n. general assembly speech, if you listen closely he was responding to some of that criticism from the romney campaign. >> the president didn't break any new ground but used interesting and tough language. he's undermining israel and throwing them under the bus, the iran nuclear program is something that cannot be contained, as you know as well as i do prime minister netanyahu doubts, the israeli government is not sure president obama will follow through. the president said it will do what it must as necessary. the bigger question though, wolf, you covered the white house for a long time. i covered the white house for a long time. there are a lot of people, not just the republicans, a lot of people in the foreign policy community nkts wondering if the president is making a mistake. the new egyptian leadership is there. the new libyan leadership is there. the president of afghanistan is there. you have fires burning around the world if you will right now. he might be president for four more years, he's certainly going to be president for
bullets. 35 people were arrested and 60 were injured. president obama addressed the u.n. general assembly with a heavy focus on the wave of protests that have swept muslim countries and the killing of u.s. ambassador christopher stevens. obama condemned the anti-islam film that set off the unrest. >> i have made it clear that the united states government had nothing to do with this video. i believe its message must be rejected. it is an insult not only to muslims but to america as well. in 2012, at a time when anyone with a cell phone can spread offensive views are around the world with the click of a button, the notion that we can control the flow of information is obsolete. how do we respond? on this, we must agree there is no speech that justifies mindless violence. >> he also addressed ongoing tensions with iran. saying he hopes to resolve the nuclear standoff through diplomacy. >> just as it restricts the rights of its own people, the government continues to prop up a dictator in damascus and supports terrorist units abroad. it has failed to take the opportunity to demonstrate that i
to the president's u.n. address coming up in just a moment. first though, brand new stories and breaking news. >> the deadly west nile virus outbreak across our country is now getting worse. with one state hit very hard, the new efforts to stop the virus right in its tracks. >>> wild weather killer floods and mudslides are forcing more than a million folks out of their homes. we're live with that story. >>> plus a new first for the mars rover as its robotic arm reaches out to touch a huge rock on the planet. now the rover on the move again. where it is headed next and why the trip is making history. it is all "happening now.". jamie: first back to our top story, violence in the middle east is centering in the gathering of the united nations general assembly. i'm jamie colby in for jenna lee. jon: the president warning iran that the u.s. will quote, do what we must to prevent the rogue nation from acquiring a nuclear weapon and condemning the deadly wave of anti-american protests in the muslim world. take a listen. >> the notion that we can control the flow of information is obsolete. the ques
there are these targets of opportunity the u.n. to think carefully and deliberately about the way that you frame your policy, and paul ryan to raise the kind of idea who paul ryan is and what he believes but one reason a lot of the more impressed is that she is someone that is always very careful to say i support a safety net we want to modernize the safety net and make it more sustainable for the future of that message has gotten drawn-out in part because it doesn't resume for what you're from the activists and also what is friend because they haven't been able to successfully counter the training from the other side partly because it doesn't seem natural to them that if you have someone that can make the argument and a compelling way someone from a dance urban rivers electorate maybe we could see a very different result. >> you talk about republicans being backed into it but they're objecting to it because the nature of the republican primary electorate isn't just an accident so it's hard to see in the short run how you have the tragedy's to the republican party that is the force that is backing so
. demonstrators are expected outside the u.n. during his address. >>> and disapproval already lobbed in the direction of ahmadinejad. monday, walking out on a session when iran's president began to speak. the two countries are at odds over iran's nuclear program. sara sidner joins us live from jerusalem. what's the reaction there? we were curious. >> reporter: well, carol, what's interesting is, today is a very, very important, perhaps the most sacred of jewish holiday, yom kippur. what's happening today, no newspapers printed. no newspapers deliverrd and we're hearing absolutely nothing from israeli leaders at this point in time. they've kept quiet. probably awaiting to hear what ahmadinejad has to say when he speaks to the unga. i can tell you over the years, a lot of frustration with the remarks he has made in front of all of the u.n. member states. we were able to speak with, for example, deputy prime minister dare maradohr on monday. talked about incendiary comments ahmadinejad makes, the leadership makes, military commanders have made. earlier in the month we heard a military c
. you and a handful of other senators have written a tough letter to u.n. ambassador susan rice. can you tell us what's in that letter and what prompted you to write it? >> well, you know, we are calling on ambassador rice to explain the inaccuracies on the news shows. following the killing of ambassador stevens in benghazi. and really, it was very apparent, larry, very early on that this was a pre-planned attack. the libyan president said it was a pre-planned attack. and you have the ambassador of the united nations for the united states coming on and misleading the public. basically we have sent a letter to ambassador rice to explain herself. >> you know, there's a story out today, i didn't know if you saw it, senator, but the story essentially was that the united states government within 24 hours knew it was a pre-planned terrorist attack. your thought on that. because that indicts rice and whomever else was in this cover-up even more. >> that's right. ambassador rice came on the sunday morning programs and said that, in fact, it was a spontaneous reaction of course to the video. and
the line, you are the biggest power in the world. the only thing netanyahu said at the u.n. this week -- the only thing that could change course. i want to respond to my liberal pals. i cannot respond to -- i cannot believe you are covering for the administration when they said five days later that was obviously a terror attack. why pretend that it was a demonstration? >> it would not be a good plan if there were pretended to say something different -- >> it is a good plan because the blogger you draw it out, the less the public cares about it. it works. who talks about it? >> we are talking about it. >> pbs section of the show -- give me a break. >> now you are insulting the audience. >> the 9 people in america who care about this stuff. what about the others? >> i bet they want to kill the people who did this. >> it took us quite a while to figure out exactly what happened, and we still may not know everything, in 9/11. with the guy said train, the intelligence had fallen apart. it took us long to realize it with these people were -- who these people were. >> "deception," the word t
ahmadinejab? he's set to speak in front of the u.n. today. >> brian: after you tack on our consulate -- attack on lib i can't say an act of terror, why is the president talking about the movie? inform this father sparking outrage because he's not afraid to admit that that father has got a favorite child. wait a minute. does everybody have a favorite or not? "fox & friends" hour two for wednesday starts right now. >> steve: remember the smothers brothers, part of their act was mom always liked you best. that's part of what we're going to talk about with this guy who admits he likes one of his kids more than the other. >> gretchen: it's different when it's a comedy scene and when it's actual eon paper and on social media for your kids to see. >> brian: you know you're the lucky one if you're not the favorite. it gives you angst, because everybody day i'm ranked number two. avis embraced that image. >> gretchen: you let us know what you think. all eyes on the united nations. we're hours from now, ahmadinejab expected to call for a new world order. the speech comes a day after president obama spok
for republicans is quite steep. >>> today the u.n. general assembly will hear from iranian present mahmoud ahmadinejad. it his le addressing the body before hitting his term limits. they're urging delegates to protes the speech and boycotts ri is live. every time we hear him rant, are we giving this guy attention. >> reporter: forgive me if i don't swer your question. we're having a few construction problems. ahmadinejad is expected to be 16 ur a is often the case when he's here in new york, there will be large protests taking place outside the u.n. those are scheduled to take place at 11:00 a.m. and we skpeerkted to hear from high-profile speakerse ry giuliani and mayor bloomberg. he's essentially a me-duck president, finishing up the second of his two-four-year terms. now, just t g aititf insight into what we might here, president ahmadinejad gave a wide-ranging interview yesterday. one of the key issues here, of course, is iran's nuclear ambitions, and he's described it aomnghahe uue, characterizin was bringing up as part of their bullying. he did also touch upon the issue of syria and
on threats, but long on blame. ahmadinejad delivered his swan song to the u.n. general assembly. >> translator: the current world order is discriminatory and based on injustice. >> reporter: he did manage to work in some of his standard references to israel. >> translator: continued threats by the uncivilized to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this bitter reality. >> reporter: but there were none of his usual bombshells. >> translator: i do not believe that muslims, christian, jews, hindus, buddhists and others have any problems among themselves or are hostile against each other. >> reporter: instead the iranian president dawned the mantle protector of the world's suppressed. >> translator: policies of the world's main centers of power are based on the principle of domination and the conquering of others. these centers only seek supremacy and not in favor of peace and definitely not at the service of their nations. >> reporter: without naming names of countries or politicians, he even took a swipe at election campaign funding. >> translat
on threats, but on bl somadinejad delivered his sn to the u.n. general assembly. >> translator: the curorldre w order is discriminatoran based on injustice. >> reporter: he did manage to work inome o his standard refences to israel. >> translator: continued threats by the uncivilized to resorto military action against our great nation is a clrame of this bitter r: but there were of his usual bombshells. >> transtor: i do not believe that mlims chrxtian, jews, hius, budists and others have ablems amo themselves or are hostile ait eaother. >> reporter: ineathe iranian presidentwned the mantle protector of the world's ssed >> translator: policies of the world'main centers of pwer minationnd e conquering of of others. these centers only see supremacy and not in favor of peace d definitely not at the rvice of their nations. >> reporr: without naming names of countries or politicians, he even took a ipe ele aion campaig funding. >> translator: despite what big poca parts claim in the capitalist countries, the money that goes into election cas sually nothing but an investment. >> reporter: in the cr
's president is speaking to the u.n. general assembly on one of israel's most holiest days, yom kippur. some say they will walk out during mahmoud ahmadinejad's speech. alison burns is live from washington, d.c. with how the president is responding to new threats from the united states. >> reporter: tori, mahmoud ahmadinejad seems to be dismissing all of these warnings about iran's nuclear program. this will be his fine at speech to the united nations as he winds down his terms. the iranian president is calling for a new world order to replace what he calls the era of bullying to the u.s. iran has become a central focus in the u.s. presidential race this week with mitt romney demanding stronger response to iran's defyiance a -- defiance. >> treating the diplomats of iran like the pariah they are. >> reporter: president obama used his u.n. speech to warn iran time is running out to resolve disputes about its nuclear plant. >> let me be sheer -- america wants to resolve this issue through diplomacy. and we believe there's still time and space to do so. but that time is not unlimited. >> report
" starts right now. >>> he is in new york for the u.n. general assembly or as we like to think of it, the reason i can't get to work because of traffic! the event is a gathering of the diplomatic juggalos. an incredible opportunity for our president not just to address the world community but for some high-level president-on-prez action. >> the white house says he has no plans to have any private meetings with world leaders. >> oh. well. probably protocol. this is not the time for one-on-one meetings with other world leaders. >> our research shows it's been 20 years since the president has been to that meeting and not met one on one with a foreign leader. >> oh. well, i guess if the world leads would like to meet with him personally, they can just donate $5 to his campaign and take their chances like the rest of us. >> good morning. it's wednesday, september 26th. welcome to "morning joe." it's another good day here on the set. >> it is a great day on the set. >> with us on set -- >> because we say so. >> yeah. it really is. >> that's great. >> everyone's in good shape today. we have
.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice for what he says was misleading comments about the attacks in libya. yes, this issue has become political, but it is more than that because even if u.s. intelligence didn't know the specific details of an impending attack, here's what they and we do know. three days before the attack, senior u.s. embassy officials were warned by the libyan militia connected to the government, they couldn't secure benghazi. the british ambassador was attacked in june and of course, the attack happened on september 11th and once again, once the attack happened, u.s. intelligence knew within 24 hours that it was linked to al-qaeda. also, "the daily beast" eli lake reports they even knew the location of at least one of the attackers. eli is with me tonight on what u.s. intelligence knew in the immediate aftermath. also with us is jeff porter, an adviser on political and security risks and jeffrey cousins. great to see you. and eli, let me start with you. you have had so much of the first reporting on this and now, you have some more information on when intelligence intercepted
action. however, that was before israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu spoke to the u.n. general assembly a short time ago complete with a unique visual aid. nbc's mike viqueira joins us live from the white house. mike, mr. netanyahu today said he's in ongoing discussion with the u.s. over exactly when and where to draw this so-called red line. mike, has anyone at the white house confirmed or denied that to you? >> reporter: no, the last we heard is no deadlines, no red lines. this has been an ongoing controversy. it bubbled up again a couple weeks ago and prime minister netanyahu once again called for a red line. as u.n. speeches go, there's nikita chew she have, yasser arafat, wile a lot of people have been deriding this prop that prime minister netanyahu is using today as sort of a cartoon initial roadrunner and coyote sort of cartoonish bomb he used as a prop, it's a deadly serious issue. there are some things the united states and prime minister netanyahu agree on, and this is iran is enriching uranium. they both agree that iran cannot be allowed to develop a nuclear bomb. w
domestic concerns to the side for a time this week. the president on tuesday addressing the u.n.'s general assembly meeting. the middle east and the threat posed by iran's nuclear weapons program topped the agenda there. after his speech, the president had no follow-up meetings with foreign leaders, not even with the leader of our closest ally in the middle east, israel's prime minister, benjamin netanyahu. prime minister netanyahu addressed the assembly thursday. and he famously used that image of a bomb with a lit fuse to make the point that iran cannot be allowed to make a nuclear weapon. >> where should a red line be drawn? a red line should be drawn right here. >> joining me now, mark regev, the chief spokesperson for prime minister netanyahu. good saturday afternoon to you, sir. thank you for coming back. >> my pleasure. >> governor romney spoke with the prime minister by phone on friday after the call. governor romney spoke with reporters about possible action against iran. take a listen, and i want to talk to you about his response on the other side. >> i do not belief that in the
obama and governor romney by phone. yesterday the prime minister made this impassioned plea before the u.n. general assembly to stop iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. that's a chart he used to set his red line to where iran's nuclear program must absolutely be stopped. this country was built by working people. the economy needs manufacturing. machines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ wthe future of our medicare andr electiosocial security. for... a real difference. man 1: i want facts. straight talk. tell me your plan... and what it means for me. woman 2: i'm tired of the negative ads and political spin. that won't help me decide. man 2: i earned my medicare and social security. and i deserve some answers. anncr: where do the candidate
sit down with him yesterday. also yesterday, netanyahu urged the u.n. general assembly to draw a red line to stop iran from developing a nuclear weapon. he warned the world may only have until next summer to stop iran. the white house reiterated its commitment to stop iran from building a nuclear bomb. he says he stands behind netanyahu on this issue. romney hopes to focus on fund-raising tonight and bring in $7.5 million during events in the boston area. he spent last night campaigning in northern virginia. he met with veterans and their families in springfield. romney trails the president in virginia in recent polls. he hopes next week's first presidential debate will give him some momentum going forward. >> you don't have an opportunity with debates to talk about my vision with the country. the president will talk about his. those who believe they want bigger government, more intrusive government, deficits as far as the eye can see will vote for him. those who think we should encourage economic growth, promote small business, and create more jobs will vote for me. >> the first deb
of times in the u.n. speech talking about the video and the-- the state department has been updated. >> alisyn: hold on penny, go ahead, finish. >> the state department paid to go across the air, pakistani television to denounce the youtube video and why would you do this-- >> based on intelligence. >> alisyn: penny, thank you, have to leave it there with michelle. thanks for the debate and obviously, this continues. penny lee and michelle seleski, thank you for coming in this morning. >> thank you. >> alisyn: fees, taxes and regulations and none of them needed? it's why small business owners say they're being forced to close shop across the country. one lawmaker is fighting back. he's next to explain. and a teenager getting the last laugh after her track mates pulled a cruel joke on her. the inspiring homecoming story coming up. ♪ [ "human" by the human league playing ] humans. we mean well, but we're imperfect creatures living in a beautifully imperfect world. it's amazing we've made it this far. maybe it's because when one of us messes up, someone else comes along to help out.
a marker and a bomb diagram to urge world leaders at the u.n. to establish a quote clear red line, unquote. that iran will not be able to cross without facing military strikes. secretary hillary clinton met with netanyahu after his speech. the state department would only say the leaders agreed to closely cooperate on the issue. >>> and dramatic video to show you from the scene of a deadly plane crash. the plane you see there was carrying tourists to mt. everest when it crashed in nepal, killing all 19 people on board, including 7 british citizens. the plane apparently struck a bird just after takeoff. >>> here at home, a major lapse of airport security. a woman flew from orlando to newark with a loaded gun in her carry-on. and tsa screeners didn't even notice. "the new york post" says it was the woman herself who alerted police once she landed. she says she forgot the gun was in her bag. >>> and speaking of air travel. there could be more delays on american airlines. contract talks between the pilots union and the airline have stalled again. now, american is threatening to take the pilots
at the u.n. yesterday when asked if he knew about mitt romney's attacks on socialism. quote, yes, that's why i'll be careful not to say anything at all on this subject because as you'd imagine if a socialist supported one of these two candidates, that would cost him dear. so i suppose i should endorse mitt romney but i won't. finally talking to extremes, how did minnesota's lieutenant governor solon ramp up extra publicity for an event to help support military families? we'll call it a high-profile arrival. let's take a look. that's not on my bucket list. skydiving. lieutenant governor teamed up with a u.s. army parachute team to skydive at 120 miles per hour. anyway, from an altitude of about 13,000 feet, right onto the minnesota state capital grounds. she followed the dive with a speech, encouraging people to support military families across the country. good for her. >>> up next, president obama's uptick in the polls is helping democrats run for office across the country. >>> welcome back to "hardball." the battle for united states senate comes down to a handful of races across the
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